|Ann Day (#47904470)|
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Currently I am Regent of the Kenosha Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution and also a member of the Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War in Delavan, WI.
If you are a relative of someone I have entered I will transfer the name to you. Just let me know. I find that is easier than asking the person who added the info to add/change/delete info or link family members. Just my opinion. I am willing to fix the info if you don't want to transfer the loved one to yourself.
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|Jacki Bierma||Memorial #61567058|
I believe the newspaper article that you placed on this memorial is on the wrong person. I cannot find any reference to this person in this newspaper article.
Grace Miller Whitehead 133489972 is the mother of Louise Woodford Whitehead Christopher 138568821. They are both buried at Rosehill Cemetery. Louise was my Grandmother. I have a copy of Grace Miller Whiteheads death certificate where it indicates she was born Oct 10 1875 in Chicago, IL and passed away Feb 8, 1967.
Henry W Whitehead 133489997 was Grace Miller Whiteheads husband and the father of Louise and Carolyn. I have a copy of Henry's death certificate and he was born Feb 20, 1870 and died Aug 8, 1937.
Grace Miller Whitehead's father is James Edwin Miller 138568255. And her mother is Anna Louise Woodford Miller 138562212.
I'm working on updating/adding the Miller plots and I wanted to fill in the blanks for the Whiteheads.
Added by MHunt on Nov 10, 2014 3:07 PM
|Eddieb||Sgt James Lee "Jim" Van Bendegom|
Thank you so much for the added information. I have updated his site... Looks wonderful.
Added by Eddieb on Nov 04, 2014 7:12 AM
|S. Walker||RE: Beriah Higgins|
Hello Ann, My mistake....I just relized I misinterpreted the age dating of this individual incorrectly. I was thinking that 1692 was the date of death (which is incorrect). You might want to delete and then repost your photo request as my response was one pertaining to a 1692 death date. Sorry about that.
|Mary||Jesse Yonk Gillmore.|
Thanks for help with linking Jesse Yonk Gillmore. You are doing a lot of good work. Mary
Added by Mary on Oct 25, 2014 10:15 AM
|Eddieb||RE: James Van Bendegom|
Thank you so much for this information..
Added by Eddieb on Oct 21, 2014 6:07 AM
|patrick lincoln||Bob and Marion Lincoln|
Thanks for posting the fine photo of Uncle Bob and Aunt Marion's gravestone. Best wishes, Pat.
|Susie ||Re: Clarence & Phoebe Collins|
Thank you so much, Ann, for the two transfers. Much Appreciation, Susie
Added by Susie on Sep 25, 2014 12:38 PM
|Catie McLaughlin||Thank You|
Thank you very much for the transfer! I appreciate it.
|Rebecca Wright||RE: Earl Shepard|
Thanks for responding, I sort of thought that might be the case....that it's nearly impossible to get a shot without the shadows...just thought I'd at least ask! One of the cemeteries I take photos at has tons of big trees, so I know what you're up against. Is the shadow so high that if you stood on the opposite side to block the shadows it still wouldn't work. I've done that before and although the photo is upside down, I just rotate it before I upload it to the memorial. Please don't remove the photo, sometimes it's all we can do. I do appreciate your time and effort!
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